We commute 140 miles to and from work 5 days a week. In our search for something more economical, we test drove several similar vehicles including corolla, civic, elantra and found that the kia forte offered the most value for our money. The remaining 5yr/60k mile warranty also beat the competition. The perks offered such as blue tooth, sirius radio, and multiple steering wheel accessory controls helped us make the decision to purchase the Forte. So far it's been good to us and we hope to get a lot of miles out of this vehicle. Gas mileage has been 31-34 mpg for us and that sure beats the 14mpg vehicle we were using previously - in fact, just the difference in gas, pays for the note completely. This was such a better option than a hybrid b/c you have so much more expensive parts associated with the hybrid vehicles. Buy a Kia and let's keep this brand alive.
Just What I Was Looking For
2010 Kia ForteLawrence Miller - Hixson, TN07/21/2015
Drives nicely, comfortable
Great little car!
2010 Kia ForteKimberly Duncan - Louisville, KY09/03/2015
I love it, its a very good car. Very nimble little car, my biggest issues is the tires and how it handles in rain/snow. Its so light that it slides a lot. But with a bit bigger tires and food snow tires it does good. Will definitely be keeping this one for a while
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